Is Mayans season 3 coming to Netflix?

Ever since the third season of Mayan M.C. aired on March 16, 2021, the many people that enjoy the crime drama from Elgin James and Kurt Sutter have been curious to figure out whether or not Mayans season 3 will be coming to Netflix at some point in the future.

Mayans M.C. takes place in the same fictional universe as the long-running series Sons of Anarchy and is set in a post-Jax Teller that follows the once enemies, now allies, the Mayans MC charter. The show focuses on EZ Reyes, a golden boy that gets out of prison and becomes a prospect in the two-wheeled organization on the California Mexican border attempting to rise to the ranks of the outlaw world.

The series features a stellar cast of talented players including JD Pardo, Sarah Bolger, Emilio Rivera, Michael Irby, Carla Baratta, and Edward James Olmos. Richard Cabral, who plays Johnny “El Coco” Cruz, was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

Each of the two previous iterations consists of 10 exciting episodes, and Mayans season 3 will do the same. Both of the first two installments have solid scores on Rotten Tomatoes, and all signs point to the third outing doing the same, making it very understandable why many are inquiring if the current order will eventually be on the streaming service Netflix.

When Is Mayans season 3 coming to Netflix?

There is no easy way to let fans know the news regarding the show’s future with the streaming network. It doesn’t look like Mayans season 3 will be making its way to Netflix anytime soon.

The TV show is an FX originals series, and each of the previous seasons are available to stream on Hulu. After episodes of Mayans season 3 air on FX, they become available the next day on the Disney-owned streaming service.

But all is not lost as the streaming powerhouse has plenty of options for those looking for a program similar to that of Mayans M.C. Shows like Queen of the South, Mindhunter, Ozark, Peaky Blinders, and more are just a click away on Netflix.